Quigg vs Munroe is Close To Sold Out, Says Ricky Hatton
The unbeaten Hatfield traveler defends his title for the first time against the dangerous Welshman who has promised to pull off a massive shock at the home of London boxing.
HATTON PROMOTIONS ‘Road To Glory’ bill is close to a sell-out more than two weeks before it takes places.
There are no more ringside tickets available for the show, the last few being sold just 24 hours after it was announced that VIP tickets had gone
Hatton Promotions CEO Ricky Hatton is confident that all 4,300 tickets will be shifted in the coming week.
The talent stacked card is Hatton Promotions biggest so far, and there will be even larger events later this year.
Four big fights feature on the bill, including Scott Quigg challenging Rendall Munroe for the vacant interim WBA super-bantamweight crown.
Sheffield’s Ryan Rhodes meets Sergey Rabchenko for the vacant European light-middleweight championship.
Ryan’s fellow steel city fighter Richard Towers squares off against Frenchman Gregory Tony for the vacant EU heavyweight crown.
In a special attraction unbeaten British middleweight champion Martin Murray meets French title holder Karim Achour.
Hatton said: “Every day I go into the office and tickets sales are going brilliantly. There are some mid-range tickets left, but they will all be shifted pretty soon.
“In an ideal world we would love to have more seating available, but that facility isn’t available to us.”
There is also a top class undercard that will include former British and Commonwealth welterweight champion Craig Watson, unbeaten hopefuls Lucas Browne, Kallum De’Ath, Jazza Dickens, Adam Etches, Scott Jenkins and Adam Little.
The remaining tickets are available priced at £55, £35 and £30, but are limited. You can purchase tickets by calling Hatton Promotions hotline 01925 755 222/www.ticketmaster.co.uk/0844 847 2500/www.ticketline.co.uk/0844 888 4402/www.hmv.com
i wanna go to a fight in the uk so badComment by IronDanHamza on 05-31-2012
I'm looking forward to this fight. Should be a good scrap. The winner get's Frampton.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (2)